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A free legal information portal containing legislation, Supreme Court Judgments (1950 onwards), Legal Forms, Sample Agreements and Glossary. The AdvocateKhoj Law Library is an open resource, which is freely accessible to the public to help them gain knowledge about the Indian Judiciary
The Bar Council of India (BCI) is a statutory body, constituted by Government of India under Advocates Act 1961 with the main objective of controlling and governing the working of all immediate subsidiary state-level bar councils besides laying down the standards of professional conduct and etiquette. Though it comes under the purview of Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India, it is a corporate body having perpetual succession and a common seal, with power to acquire and hold property, both movable and immovable, and to contract, and may by the name by which it is known sue and be sued.
The council comprises of 18 Members including the Attorney General of India and the Solicitor General of India. While both the Attorney General and the Solicitor General are Ex-officio Members, the other 16 Members of the council represent the 16 State Bar Councils in the country.
Case Status site provides the latest status of a case either pending or disposed by the Supreme Court or any other High Court in the country. The required information is derived from the databases of the concerned courts. It also provides Daily orders & these orders are available as soon as the orders are signed by the court.
Based in Kerala, the Confederation of Human Rights Organizations (CHRO) stand to protect, uphold and strengthen the rights of traditionally exploited and oppressed marginalized social segments of Tribals, Dalits, Minorities, Backward Castes, Women, Children and victims of State Violations.
The internet in India is growing rapidly. It has given rise to new opportunities in every field we can think of – be it entertainment, business, sports or education. There are two sides to a coin. Internet also has its own disadvantages. One of the major disadvantages is Cybercrime – illegal activitiy committed on the internet. The internet, along with its advantages, has also exposed us to security risks that come with connecting to a large network. Computers today are being misused for illegal activities like e-mail espionage, credit card fraud, spams, software piracy and so on, which invade our privacy and offend our senses. Criminal activities in the cyberspace are on the rise.
E-books on Evolution of Cyber Crime, this ebook discusses various cyber crimes such as Financial Crimes, Cyber Pornography, Sale of Illegal Articles, Online Gambling, Intellectual Property Crimes,
Second, Seven years of Indian Cyber Law, this ebook discusses 7 interesting case laws that highlight the development of cyber legal jurisprudence in India over the last 7 years.
Third, Simple Guide to Digital Signatures, this ebook begins with a short and simple explanation of the process of digital signatures.
Since 1970 Delhi Law House (DLH) has been at the forefront of publishing leading titles of law books & journals in India. Their team has access to top professionals across India and abroad. They provide the widest and the largest range of law books / journals/ reports published in India. Their team also specializes in sourcing foreign reports and journals for their customers.
A blog containing a periodic review of topics of interest in corporate and business law that impact India.
The Indian Journal of Law and Technology (IJLT) is managed and published by the Law and Technology Committee of the Student Bar Association, at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, India. The Journal is edited by an Editorial Board consisting of students from the National Law School and an independent Article Review Board comprised of academicians and experts in the field of technology law. The Journal was founded in August 2004 in order to furnish a platform in India for the discussion of domestic and international issues pertaining to the growing interface between law and technology.
Indian kanoon achieves them by breaking law documents into smallest possible clause and by integrating law/statutes with court judgments. A tight integration of court judgments with laws and with themselves allows automatic determination of the most relevant clauses and court judgments. Hope Indian Kanoon helps you in your search for Indian laws and their interpretations.
India Legal Information provides court judgments, New updated, legal judgments, collection judgments, Tribunal judgments, legal information institute, lawyers information, Forensic Law, Cyber Law, Lawyers and Legal Resources, Legal Service.
This journal was started in 1996 keeping in view the importance of intellectual property rights and their protection. The objective of the journal is two-fold: firstly, to enhance communication between policy makers, organizational agents, academics, and managers on the critical understanding and research on intellectual property; secondly, to promote the development of the newly cultivated research field.The journal publishes contributed / invited articles, case studies and patent reviews; technical notes on current IPR issues; literature review; world literature on IPR; national and international IPR news, book reviews, and conference reports.
This Blog is a collection of legal news and views for Academics and Research. This is purely a non profit Intitiative.
Legal Help India, your comprehensive guide for Indian Laws, Bare Acts, Legal Articles, Indian Lawyers Directory, Famous Indian Cases. At Legal Help India, They provide information on the multiple facets of Indian laws such as the Constitution of India, which is a basic legislature dealing with fundamental rights, duties of the citizens of India, laws relating to the establishment of family courts and the rules of procedure of the courts, information technology laws, intellectual property rights, consumer protection, foreign exchange management (FEMA) etc.
Legally India reports news and information relevant to Indian law firms, the Indian legal industry, Indian lawyers, international law firms and lawyers doing business in India. Their reporting aims to be balanced, independent and as accurate as possible at all times. They carefully fact check published stories with as many sources as reasonably possible and necessary in each case.
They will never accept payment or benefits in kind in exchange for articles written and published by them. Legally India is editorially independent and does not serve to advance one point of view over another. They strive at all times to report the facts clearly and for all of their commentary on these facts to be fair.
Legallypedia is a free, web-based, collaborative encyclopedia about the Indian legal market, powered by legal news portal Legally India. Legallypedia was started in August 2010. The idea is for articles on Legallypedia to help current and future generations of law students and lawyers by sharing collective knowledge and contributing towards more transparency in the Indian legal market.
LST is a premier institution in the field of law entrances and legal education. The organisation plays a critical role in developing legal education awareness through partnerships with top law schools. In 2004 LST joined hands with one of India's leading education corporate to expand its reach and capabilities even further. That corporate is Career Launcher, which was founded in 1992 by a group of IIM and IIT graduates. LST is now a division of Career Launcher and is present at more than 45 cities in the country servicing close to 3500 students every year. The rich experience of people, who have themselves been part of top law schools and have worked with leading industry organisations, has helped LST grow from a leading law training operation to a national leader, a pioneer in its field of education, and an incredibly successful business.
National Human Rights Institutions Forum,
an international forum for researchers and practitioners in the field of national
human rights institutions. At this site you will find:
Key global and regional documents,Documentation on the work of global and regional fora, Information on and from national human rights institutions, Bibliography and research materials,Capacity building and training resources.
Legal resources, Case laws, case laws of public importance from the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India and other Courts